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Ludwig van Beethoven

Ode to Joy (3:19)

Beethoven, perhaps the greatest of the classical composers, wrote Ode to Joy towards the end of his career. He was deaf and ill and had suffered much in his lifetime. Yet he was able to compose this magnificent piece by hearing it in his head. He never heard it played. It is said that at its premiere performance, Beethoven was conducting and it wasn't until he turned to the audience at the end and saw them standing…

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  • great for studying Pozzoli
  • Beautiful.
  • :-)) <3<3
  • Alle menschen werden brüder wo dein sanfter flügel weilt!
  • Freude! Töchter aus Elysium
  • My Volume won't go up loud enough!!! I wan't to have my house shaking from this piece of music
  • This is the most beautiful thing I know
  • heehee I remember playing this song in elementary school :)
  • we need beethoven
  • Joyous indeed!!!♥

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